Spiegel Spiegel, on the wall …

Into 22nd year of independence from Communist Yugoslavia. Into 22nd year when Yugoslav passports ceased to exist – became null and void. Into 22nd year when country of birth on passports, birth certificates and all such major personal identification documents for those born on Croatian soil ceased to be Yugoslavia, replaced with Croatia. And yet, […]

Washington Post: peddling garbage on European Union and former Yugoslavia

The Washington Post article “Yugoslavia’s lessons for Europe’s Disunion” written by Charles Lane was recently characterised by the Croatian journalist Denis Kuljis as an article written by someone who had just sculled a bottle of Jack Daniel’s. Reading the article one can easily conclude that Charles Lane might have collected or invented some garbage regarding […]

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